• Tag: Musical Connections (6)

    • VIDEO blog | As part of The Somewhere Project, Carnegie Hall’s citywide exploration of West Side Story, inmates at Sing Sing Correctional Facility are composing and performing original music inspired by the themes of the timeless musical. Take a look inside Carnegie Hall’s work at Sing Sing, now in its eighth year, through the video below and the words of Paul Grankowski, associate for Community Programs.
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    • Carnegie Hall’s Musical Connections program brings the transformative power of music to people in the justice system and in communities throughout New York City by offering workshops, concerts, and long-term projects designed to have a powerful impact on participants’ daily lives.
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    • GLASSES blog | For the past five years, Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute (WMI) has offered composition workshops and concerts at Sing Sing Correctional Facility through the Musical Connections program.
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    • READ | Recently, a 16-year old named Meshach had an opportunity of which many teens his age would only dream. He performed the world premiere of his song “Living The Life I Love” in Zankel Hall. The concert featured Meshach’s song alongside other original music created by high school students and community members from throughout New York City.

      We sat down with him to hear about his experience as a songwriter and performer.
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    • This month Carnegie Hall presents a series of health awareness concerts in public hospitals throughout four boroughs of New York City. The concerts are part of the Musical Connections program and are presented in partnership with the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC). Join us for free concerts while learning about National Nutrition Month’s Celebration of Healthy Living.
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